Pike Place Chowder (Seattle, Washington)

1530 Post Alley
Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle is best known for the Space Needle, the Public Market, original Starbucks, Nirvana, and rainy-cold weather. Southern Californians are definitely not used to the cold weather of Northern neighbors. One of our first stops was the Public Market, and as we were walking around freezing our you know whats off, we figured what better way to warm us up then some chowder.

With a selection of about 5 to 6 chowders to choose from, we sampled a few of them and although all tasty, we settled on a cup of the New England Clam Chowder. Continuing on with the trend of award winning foods, Pike Place Chowder proudly displays its numerous awards over the years for the satisfying soups and chow worthy chowders.

The chowder had an ideal texture that wasn't runny nor was it super thick either. The chowder had the taste of clam that wasn't overwhelming and nuances of bacon flavor along with other secret spices. I like the proportion of clams to other ingredients making each spoonful a body warming and delicious treat!


myminimocs said...

that looks absolutely delicious! you description of the consistency is exactly the way a New England chowder should be...even in Seattle ;) i actually am an even bigger fan of Manhattan Style clam chowder. look forward to your next post!

TNT Adventures said...

myminimocs - I agree. Manhattan clam chowder is delicious!!

Lady G said...

Hello, I've been a silent reader for quite a while now. Please, please update again, I missed reading new food post from you guys. By the way, the chowder looks really yummy.